News and Articles About Travel
American cities are investing time and money into upgrading their airports.
The 'treps who take off--and keep going
The collaborative economy offers additional alternatives to tech-savvy business travelers willing to forgo the typical work trip experience.
Professionals from technology, entrepreneurship, finance and beyond offer their picks and advice.
Despite the inconvenience to passengers, mistakenly landing at the wrong airport points to larger security and safety issues.
Our product tester explains why she'll be buying this gadget once her review is completed.
Japan has reportedly offered to partially fund a magnetically levitating train that will slash the commute between Baltimore and Washington D.C. to a mere 15 minutes.
Almost everyone knows to tip 15 to 20 percent of the bill for restaurant servers, but what about hotel staff, shuttle drivers and others who help you along your trip? Here's some advice.
These trends gave business travelers something to cheer about this year. Is your favorite listed?
Evernote and Moleskine joined forces on searchable smart notebooks, but our writer is sticking with her old-school paper versions for now.
A Louisiana man shares his travel nightmare.
Not sure where to set up shop abroad? Worried that foreign governments might try to shake you down? Find out which countries are squeaky clean and which are dirty when it comes to public sector corruption.
Love it or hate it, chatting on your cell phone during a flight could soon become a reality.
This infographic explains how, thanks to technology, travelers expect a more personalized experience, one that starts at booking.
The European Commission has granted airlines permission to offer passengers 3G and LTE networks in flight.
Andrew Chrisomalis, the CEO of TY KU Sake & Spirits, has turned light packing into an art. Here are the essentials he brings with him on the plane.
Is a Netflix for books worth it yet? We put it through the bibliophile's test.
US Airways and United are the latest to expand the use of personal electronic devices in flight. Check out what other airlines are no longer asking passengers to shut down before take off.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
The FAA has always told passengers they have to put away their electronics during takeoff and landing. Now that old rule has been abolished.
Outspoken Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary's Twitter Live Chat Was Fascinating, Inappropriate and Helpful
A CEO who has made being offensive part of his brand identity took to Twitter to face his customers and critics.
The tech entrepreneur wants to drop a Tesla engine into the working submarine and, well, you can only imagine what comes next.
From identity thieves who lurk on unsecured Wi-Fi networks to absurd charges for mobile data usage, there are a lot of things for travelers to keep in mind when getting online. This infographic can help.
Getting misty on the road is made easier with this gadget, though as our writer finds, not exactly perfect.
More airlines are offering fliers a chance to skip security lines -- for a price.